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The value of things VS the price of things

The value of things VS the price of things A value can be much more than simple numbers, a value can show what memories, connections and contact people have with a thing. But what exactly is a thing? Well a thing is something lifeless, an item for a certain purpose, it’s something for certain use. When we take a look at the word named „price“, what does it mean? A price usually is seen as a number, as how much something costs. Things can be „overpriced“, but never „overvalued“. An item of high value could have no price, but at the same time an high priced item, could have no value. It’s this way because people see differently, people have different memories and emotions to remember. But as in this world today, price matters. People can’t afford anything, price means something as well, it can show how wealthy you are, how much someone can mean to you. Price is just a number, it shows how much something pays...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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For many people, money is the most important thing in the world

For many people, money is the most important thing in the world What is the meaning of life? What is happiness? Surely everyone has asked these questions from himself and has thought about that. It can not be answered the same, because people have different personalities and value judgements. It looks like for some people happiness depends on that how much money they can earn. Money is for them the most important thing in the world. Somehow money is important for all of us. We need it for everything: to buy food, clothes and other bare necessities. Also we buy other things and services that are less necessity, but we just want to buy them. Money is resource for buying things, is it also a purpose? Why are we studying? Because we want to get a good job, it means for one thing that we want to get big salary. We attempt to make career to get even bigger salary, even more money. We spend huge part of our life for earning money. It looks like...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The best things in life are free

Without it we'd have no home to live in, no food to eat and no clothes to wear. Earning a lot of money is the goal of people in their lives. But even if you have millions of dollars, there are some things that you'll never have with money. Many people are born with a some kind of talent. Money can certainly advance your skills by buying music lessons or coaching sessions, but money cannot buy a talent. People can learn to do certain things well by taking lessons but the true gift to do it well can't be bought. Even after years of lessons you can't really play piano or sing as well a person who have the real talent from birth. Money doesn't confer good behavior. There are many rich people who are rude and with no manners but also there are plenty of poor people who demonstrate perfect manners and respect for others. The amount of money you have doesn't show if you behave well or poorly. Manners and classy behavior are not bought, they are taught and practiced by parents who want their children to be decent and well-mannered. Money can buy you entry into a better class position, but it cannot make you behave as you should. If money could buy peace there would be no wars or confl...

inglise teaduskeel - Keskkool
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Books are not absolutely dead things

c Books are not absolutely dead things Books have been our mates many centuries. They give you a lot of knowledge, they make you feel happy, but sometimes also sad too. If you have read any book through, one is certain ­ your life is not the same anymore as it was. So, a question comes to my mind ­ if books are material things, they can not speak, they can not do anything to you, they just lay on the table, then how they can influence your life sometimes so much? They are all written by humans. But the interesting thing actually is, that in his lifetime, human being is the smartest on this planet and can make big things, but this is all transient. Humans die. But if human creates something, for example, a book, then it may live centuries. Books are like the continuation of the book writers life. Human's mind can fo...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Review Of Donald Norman Design Of Everyday Things

Donald Norman's Design of Everyday Things is that kind of book. It reads effortlessly, for the most part, it entertains and for a non-fictional book, that's a rare quality; but most importantly, meanwhile, it educates. DOET, very aptly renamed from Psychology of Everyday Things, while having its shortcomings, goes a great mile towards providing a starting point for newcomers in the field, quite concisely summing up humankind's experiences in design, common errors and best practices, while also providing some scientific basis for many conclusions. Quite notably, Norman's background is in cognitive science and mathematical psychology, which grants him enough of authority to author an endeavor such as this and not be questioned as to what he himself has designed and whether those products could be put on pedestal as examples of good design. The whole book can be summed up as a cry of frustration with "the lack of attention the maker pays to the user" (p.??), but it's not only a thorough rant about everything that is wrong with the designed world, but a set of explanations, tools and models that should serve to rectify that. Even though it was the extreme dissatisfaction with the thoughtlessness of designs that prompted Norman to act, he approached it from a constructive perspective, doing thorough research on what exactly was wrong with those irritating designs, how it could be improved and how to organize the findings, which systems of concepts and models they would...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Many newspapers and magazines feature stories about the private lives of famous people

We know what they eat, where they buy their clothes and who they love. We also often see pictures of them in private situations. Is it appropriate for a magazine or newspaper to give this kind of private information about people? Nowadays a lot of newspapers and magazines contain stories, different facts and pictures with famous people. Some people think that only magazines should feature private life of famous people, but others think on the contary. This essay will show both sides. On the one hand, it is appropriate for a newspapers to write some information about famous people. People , who are intrested in famous people’s lifes want to know about their achievements, goals or other important things , than read about how they spend their holidays in the resort or with whom they go to the football match. Newspapers should offer more serious infor...

Akadeemiline inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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THE VALUE OF THINGS VS THE PRICE OF THINGS

It is funny that people do things like these. Some people do not value things that are buyable, they value things, what they have. For example pensioners. They do not want expensive cars, technology, clothes or houses. The most important things for them are good health, healthy family members and warm house. They also want children or grand-children to visit them. Pensioners want peaceful energy and love around them, these are the things that money can not buy. People in my age also want some things that are not buyable. Everyone want a person, that loves us, by our side. Money can not buy ourselves friends or lovers. Of course it is wrong in some ways, because if you are rich, people want to be your friends for your money, but to be honest, these are not people to trust. Every one needs belongings that money can not buy. There are many kinds of values, like personal, family, material, spiritual and moral. Personal values we build to live our life right and guide us to relate with other people. Personal values are related to family values, because we depend on our families. Family values are good or bad, which depends on parents, because they teach how to behave outside the home. Material values are things that allow us to survive, these are the basic needs, like food, clothes and protection from the environment. Spiritual values are the importance we give to non-material aspects in our lives. These are the parts of our needs and makes ust o feel fulfilled. They add meaning and foundation to our life, as do religious beliefs. Moral values are the behaviors we give to the society. Anna-Maria Many people can not buy expensive things, that does not mean, that they does not have valu...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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To like and dislike the same things, that is indeed true friendship

You have to have trust, respect, humour and many other things with the person so he or she could become a good friend. But maybe one of the most important things is to have something in common. When I think about my best friends then I can really see how much we have in common. We very often think the same about life, things and people. We share very many viewpoints and agree on so many things. There is always something to talk about and fun never ends. It's sometimes great to have somebody who shares your ideas. Then you know that you are not alone and you can complain to someone who really understands. On the other hand, I can also see, when looking at my friendships, that having the same ideas and thoughts can sometimes be disturbing and boring. I like to be different. I like to have my own thoughts and understandings. It can be very boring do have someone who constantly agrees on everything I say or do. It's good to h...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 1osa-Ben Edwards

I will explain notes and octaves to you in a later newsletter, but for now, you only need to know the names of the notes in standard open E tuning. Now make sure that your guitar is tuned to standard E tuning (the most common tuning). If you don't know how to tune your guitar, then download my free guide to tuning your guitar from: http:www.jamorama.comtuninghowtotune.pdf. Or if you are already a member of Jamorama.com, you can use our guitar tuning software to help you tune your guitar. **Note: To open the above tuning.pdf file you'll need a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can download a free copy of this from: http:www.adobe.comproductsacrobatreadstep2.html We will stick to standard E tuning throughout this newsletter, but you can find other tunings to play with in our member's area at www.jamorama.com. Introduction to Chords Now we are going to look at guitar chords. Guitarists use many different chords to make progressions or riffs that can then be used to create songs. If you are not familiar with some of these terms, it's ok. We will cover everything that I am talking about in good time. A chord is defined as a combination of 3 or more notes played together. To examine this, I want to take a look at chord diagrams. Chord diagrams are used to illustrate how a chord is played. They are very easy to use because they look very much like the neck of the guitar, in fact, the Jamorama chord diagram is a guitar neck. As I said above the Jamorama chord diagrams are going to be pictures of an `actual' guitar neck so it's easy to make the connection between strings and fingering. There is also a picture of the type of chord diagram that appears in most other Guitar learning guides. I want you to be aware of that form of `standard' chord diagram because you may want to use it when writing up chords on paper at home. So, now t...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 3osa-Ben Edwards

33 MB) WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 2 (1.40 WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 2 (2.88 MB) MB) Audio Audio mp3 - Exercise 2 (502 KB) Adding the up and down strum may mean that this will take a little longer to master than the previous chord changing exercises in lesson 2. Don't worry though, just keep working away at it until you can play along comfortably with the audio track provided. Now we will move onto the next exercise. This one starts in A and then goes to G. Once again I would like you continue with the up and down strum and the counting aloud as in the previous exercises in this lesson. Before you do however, I just want to mention a couple of things . You will notice that in the video for this lesson, I play the A chord using a different method than the one that I taught you in lesson 1. I just want to make the point that there are many fingering variations to many chords and none of them are wrong. If you find a way to play a chord that is easier for you, then use it. That said, try playing the A chord the way I play it on the video and see if it works for you. Video and Audio Available: Dial Up Broadband QuickTime - Exercise 3 (859 KB) QuickTime - Exercise 3 (2.33 MB) WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 3 (1.40 WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 3 (2.87 MB) MB) Audio Audio mp3 - Exercise 3 (502 KB) You're doing great here! For the final exercise we will play all three chords we have learned. Just as a quick note, when you play a group of chords in order it is called a `progression' or a `chord progression'. In this progression we will start with a G then change to the D before finally finishing with the A. You will notice in this exercise that the A is played for twice as long as both the...

Muusika - Keskkool
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''How much does life weigh?''

Some might take it word by word, others in some metaphorical way. Many are convinced that a human body has an immortal part - a soul. With knowing how few it actually weights, we can only assume what we have in these grams and whether it is anything worth at all. First of all, what do we claim to be a soul? It is our conscience with no form or location. It is the energy that is a part of the whole universe. In consideration of this, every human being has their own soul. This is what makes us all different and unique. Because of this, how can we even question the weight of our lives, when it seems to be completely different for everyone? Well, let's think about the moment of death. It is the exact moment, where our energy leaves our bodies. It has been scientifically proven that at this moment, every human being loses weight - 21 grams on average. Then comes the question that cannot be proven whether this loss is our souls or not. The movie ''21 grams'' brings up a subject that everything we are wei...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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"The island" by Victoria Hislop

She tries to find out her mother's past. Her mother, Sofia, had never told her about her past and grandparents. Now, Alexis decided to find out it by herself, and her mother gave her a letter, which she must carry to her old friend, Fotini. Alexis travelled to Crete, village name Planka. Fotini was an old woman and she had pleasure to told her a life-story of so many generations. She started telling Eleni story. She was Alexis's great grandmother. Eleni got leprosy. It was a disease, what had no cure at this far. All people, who had leprosy, were sent to a leper colony to Spinalonga. In this colony life wasn't so bad as people were expecting. However, they were like prisoners there. On this island, those who went there, they died there although. But they had a school, a church. Eleni got two daughters ­ Anna and Maria. They were little, when their mother...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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New-Zealand

The indigenous Mori language name for New Zealand is Aotearoa, commonly translated as land of the long white cloud. Population (1998): 3,801,000.New Zealand is notable for its geographic isolation; it is situated about 2,000 kilometres (1,200 mi) southeast of Australia across the Tasman Sea, and its closest neighbours to the north are New Caledonia, Fiji and Tonga. During its long isolation New Zealand developed a distinctive fauna dominated by birds, a number of which became extinct after the arrival of humans and the mammals they introduced.The majority of New Zealand's population is of European descent; the indigenous Mori are the largest minority. Asians and non-Mori Polynesians are also significant minority groups, especially in urban areas. The most commonly spoken language is English.New Zealand is a developed country that ranks highly in international comparisons on many topics, including lack of corruption, high educational attainment and economic freedom. Its cities also consistently rank among the world's most liveable.Elizabeth II, as the Queen of New Zealand, is the country's head of state and is represented by a Governor-General, and executive political power is exercised by the Cabinet of New Zealand. Some Quick facts Capital: Wellington Government: Representative parliamentary democracy and Constitutional monarchy Currency: New Zealand dollar (NZD) Area: 270,534 sq km Population: 4,347,000 (February 2009 est.) Language: English, Maori, and New Zealand sign language Religion: unspecifiednone 43%, Anglican 17%, Roman Catholic 14%, Presbyterian 11%, Methodist 3%, Pentecostal 1.7%, Baptist 1.3%, other Christian 9%, other 3% Culture New Zealanders have made a profound impact in the areas of art, poetry, music, film, and architecture. Not only have the artists reached local recognition, but...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Keskkool
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Inglise keele kirjandeid

In addition recourses would not pile up in one place because they would be diverted to places where the need is greatest. But there is a downside to a world government. Through unification of people and countries, smaller nations would lose their identity. It means smaller nationalities would simply fade away, they would be dissolved. Because the influence of other cultures would be too great. A world government is necessary if we wish to thrive in the future. Although it comes with the cost of losing the identity of smaller nations. Problems of 21th century city The cities of the 21th century are the biggest mankind has created besides incorporating newest technological innovations, however, even despite all the advanced technological applications, modern metropolises have many of the same problems as cities 200 years ago. Only this time around these issues are even greater due to the size of cities, so what are the two biggest problems? One of them is most likely going to be overpopulation, which is inevitable due to the overall growth of the human population and urbanisation. However, that is not all, as pollution levels are on the rise and with like everything else, the bigger the city, the bigger the problem. These matters are the results of multiple factors, thus in order to solve these issues, multiple coherent solutions are called for. The first problem is the result of growing human populous of Earth; this can be halted only by changing the traditions of many cultures and by educating people about the effects of overpopulation. Although, in order to reduce it even further, urbanisation has to be reversed and a way to do this would be to provide people with work in the country side, as it is the main...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Sports Centre

The sports centre includes a gym, budo hall, dance hall, swimming pool and a room where you can play pall games. I think Jyri sports centre has more advantages than disadvantages. I am rather optimistic and think it is such a privilege that we have sports centre in jyri. Thanks to the sports centre there is many hobbies you can choose from. You can learn different martial arts, different dances, basketball, football and table tennis. you can take swimming lessons and much more. When you just want to take a time out you can take a steam bath, a regular sauna or just relax in a bubble bath. To me jyri sports centre has only one disadvantage. That you have to pay for these things which the sports centre includes. I find this as a disadvantage because in these hard times I do not have the luxury to go swimming or visit the gym, but again what is the price for your health? My suggestion to end these high prices is to build another sports centre to jyri. So the current sports centre will have some competition and they have to lower the prices to keep their clients and then the old sports centre can be the average Joe's sports centre and the people will have more different hobbies and things to choose from if we had another spor...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Tess - Guilty or not ?

The book is about young woman's misfortunes. Those misfortunes lead to many desperate actions but Tess is not quilty of them. The first misadventure which leads to others is when Tess has to go to the market. Tess accidentally kills the horse. She feels guilt but in my opinion it was not her fault because after all it was her father's task not Tess'. Her father could not go because he was too drunk. However, Tess feels like she is responsible and that she has to do something good for her family. In order to compensate her mistake she goes to work for a rich relative in a bird farm. There happens another awful thing ­ she gets pregnant from her so called cousin Alec D' Urberville. Yet again it is not Tess' fault because her mother has not taught to Tess essential things about life and men. What makes it even worse is that Tess d...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Energy - põhjalik referaat energiast

So Jules decided she should figure out how much energy Les used and then compare her energy consumption to how much she really needed. To do this, they figured out how much energy Jules was using for entertainment, light, heating and cooling, cleaning, preparing food, transportation, and communication devices. They discovered that the amount of energy used for any purpose could be measured in different ways. Light bulbs are measured in watts. Air conditioners and hot water heaters are measured in BTUs, while energy used by cars is measured in gallons of fuel. They used a spreadsheet to figure out how much energy they consumed for each of their activities. Each of the lights, car miles, games, and other appliances was converted to a common unit of power consumption called kilowatt-hours. The spreadsheet was used to determine how many kilowatt-hours were used during each day, each week, and each year for each energy consumption activity. The spreadsheet converted their energy consumption to show them the amount of money it costs for each energy consumption activity. In the end, they were shocked to see how much money Jules' energy using habits cost compared to Les' habits. USES OF ENERGY The United States is a highly developed and industrialized society. We use a lot of energy - in our homes, in businesses, inindustry, and for traveling between all these different places. The industrial sector uses almost one-third of the total energy. The residential and commercial sectors combined use 39 percent of all energy. These two sectors include all 4 types of buildings, such as houses, offices, stores, restaurants, and places of worship. Energy used for transportation accounts for more than a quarter of all energy....

Inglise keele foneetika ja... - Tallinna Ülikool
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How to deal with water shortage problems?

We need water to live on this planet otherwise life on Earth wouldn't be possible. Many countries suffer from water shortages. There is no fresh water for people usage. It's actually a major problem in the world but what can we do to decrease this? Firstly, people need to realise that there are many other people in the world who does not have accessibility to water. We can decrease it by not wasting water on pointless things for example long showers and watering flowers outside the house. By doing this we will economize water and it may be possible for other people to use fresh water as well. Secondly, it is really important to keep the water fresh and clean but many factories let their sewage into the groundwater which can cause a pollution and the lack of fresh water a...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Inglise keele maiskonna töö

What are the capitals of the 4 constituent countries? England- London; Northen Ireland- Belfast; Scotland- Edinburgh; Wales- Cardiff 2. Order the invaders in correct chronological order: Anglo-Saxons, Normans, Romans, Celts. Romans Anglusaxons , Norman 3. How did the Celts influence Britain? Language. Wars. Engand and Scotland eventually became 1 contry 4. How many people approximately speak English? Approximately 600 million 5. Who (which tribes) gave the base of the English language?Germanic tribes- Anglo-Saxons. 6. Describe Wales.- Wales is a mountainous country on the western side of Great Britain. The national game of Wales is Rugby. Flag- Red dragon on a green and white field. They have their own language Cymraeg ( Welsh) . Anthem- Land Of My Fathers. Official animal- Dragon. There used to be a lot of coalmines. 7. What are the symbols of the 4 constituent countries? England- The three national symbols of England are St.George's cross; The red Rose and the Three Lions Crest; The oak is national tree; Northen Ireland- Shamrock; St.Patrick ;Scotland-thistle, St.Andrew 's cross . ; Wales-daffodil, leek, Prince of Wales's feathers; St.David, red dragon 8. How did the Romans influence Britain? The Romans built the first bridge(in London), the cap...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Reasons why people work

As Leonardo da Vinci said " God sells us all things at the price of labour " and unfortunately it tends to be true. However, there are still some of the other reason why people work. As Mothet Teresa said " Work without love is slavery" and fortunately there are many people in world who work because they love what they do. For example artists, musicians and actors do not earn a lot of money, however they can give the world something we need- entertainment. In addition to musicians, actors, and artists there are many other sincere, thoughtful and open-minded people who find time in addition to their daily work to help those who need help giving food to homeless people, helping children who are left without parents and taking care for the animals in the shelter. These people are doing this without...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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